LARPBook: Reviews

Review of The Sword Falls

Last weekend starting on March the 11th I was lucky enough to be crewing at a Forest Argent game again. This time the first weekend event of 2016. This time round though things were going to be a little different.  You see its been decided that the LARPBook Shows...

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LARPCON 2016

A little later than hoped but here is our report on UK LARPCON 2016. This year set in the Hermitage Leisure Centre - Coalville. The local authority considered it be an overwhelming success - see this article. That though is a numbers based view. What was it like?...

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Review: Forest Argent – You Can Run

I was lucky enough to attend the Forest Argent event "You Can Run". I crewed the event and this isn't so much a what happened,  as I'd have to talk about goat love potions. This review is more a feel of things and how well the event played out. Lets get started with...

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Warcraft Live 2015 Review

We haven't had a post from Ivan Zalac from a little while - but this one is gold. I suspect the subject matter will pique some interest. It is a review of a World of Warcraft inspired LARP. Its not the first computer game inspired LARP I've heard of (Fallout always...

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Bughunt – A Nerfed Up LARP

When I was looking at Nerf in LARP last year I got some excellent advice from Ram Ramadam who was putting together his Bug Hunt Game (That's as bug hunt as in 'Is this a stand-up fight sir or another Bughunt?'). Well that game has now happened and reports from the...

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Needs and Blight – Event Overview

I'm calling this an overview and not a review. I cannot really review this one as I was an NPC on Needs and a Ref on Blight. If I did write a review the temptation to mention the sublime refereeing would be too great. These events ran over Halloween weekend. Night one...

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Introducing The Workshop Handbook

This reference came to me via a comment on LARPbook and I'm glad it did. I've mentioned LARP Workshops before primarily with regard to Nordic Larp events and establishing the guidelines for how a society and social interactions work.  The Workshop Handbook takes the...

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